Otafu Susume 26 – Recommend Your Own Adventure (The Stanley Parable)

They don’t make choose your own adventure games like they used to!

Wes and Jenn show off their age by discussing The Stanley Parable and how games with branching narratives have changed over the years. In my day–!


**Spoiler FREE**

[Otafu Susume 26 – The Stanley Parable mp3]


About Otafu Susume

Otafu Susume is the short name for Recommendations for My Otaku Spouse.

It comes from the Japanese “otaku” (geek), “fufu” (husband and wife), and “susume” (recommendation).

Wes and Jenn are married otaku and translators. And they have been trying to recommend things to each other for YEARS. Now they HAVE to watch / read / play each others recommendations for this podcast.

Want more? Check out Recommendations for My Otaku Spouse and other great otaku podcasts on Anibros Creative!

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2 thoughts on “Otafu Susume 26 – Recommend Your Own Adventure (The Stanley Parable)”

  1. I really enjoyed my time time with the Stanley Parable. It’s a poor argument but I would chalk up any complaints about this game to “it’s there to mess with you.” I value it for its value as a comedy over an adventure, though there are several times I appreciated it on a non-humorous level. It sounds like Wes is a big fan of role playing games.

    1. I love how it messes with the player and the comedy was why I recommended it to Wes. Thanks for listening to the episode!

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